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Make Your Own Miracle Laundry Whitening Solution

Tackling one of my most frustrating laundry issues...dingy whites! Check out my miracle whitening solution for turning dirty, dingy, grimy and stained clothes and bedding into white, bright, fresh and clean!

Diy carpet cleaner - 1 cup OxyClean, 1 cup homemade Febreze, 1 cup distilled white vinegar and enough warm water to fill your carpet shampooer

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Set the washer to the hottest setting. Put in the pile of offending whites. Added 1 regular scoop of laundry soap, 1/2 cup of Borax, and 1 cup of powdered dishwasher detergent. Let the laundry soak for 2 or 3 hours. Washed again, this time with laundry soap and bleach. Ta da!

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refresh dingy whites with 1 cup laundry detergent, 1 cup liquid or powder dishwasher detergent, 1 cup bleach, 1 cup white distilled vinegar, 3/4 cup borax is creative inspiration for us. Get more photo about home decor related with by looking at photos gallery at the bottom of this page. …

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1/2 cup each hydrogen peroxide, baking soda, and water. Gets Dingy White Clothes White Again by Cinnamonrane

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Interior Design Info

If you have white towels, you may notice that they are not as white as they used to be.  Wouldn't you love to have towels or sheets as white as in a hotel.  In order to get your towels back to sparkling white, try the following solutions...

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Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler Interior Design and Decoration

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from One Good Thing by Jillee

Make Your Own Miracle Laundry Whitening Solution

Don't give up on those dingy whites in your wardrobe and linen closet. Try this DIY whitening solution first! It's simple to make and works laundry miracles!

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Get whites white again. Just pour this mixture over even old sweat stains. Put 1/2 cup hydrogen peroxide, 1/2 cup baking soda, and 1 cup water in a bowl

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How to Brighten Your Whites Without Bleach

Add ¼ to ½ cup lemon juice (ideally, fresh) to the load along with detergent to brighten dingy whites. Be careful to separate out any colors, though—like bleach, it could cause them to fade.